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Getting Started with Craft

As our platform grows, we try to improve the Craft experience for our users as quickly and as seamlessly as possible. As part of those improvements, we’ve created a help center and a YouTube channel that explain each and every feature and walks you through every step.

If this is your first time in Craft, or even if you just want to make sure you haven’t missed anything important, put on your product brain helmet and prepare to master Craft in a few simple steps:

How to Create your Product in 15 Minutes

To keep it simple, we will define, plan and build a new sign up page for our imaginary dog walking mobile app.

Step 1: Create your New Product

We’ll start by creating a new product and giving it a name, for this one, we will name it WalkieDoggie. Yes, we are going to change the world with this one.

how to create a product on craft.io

Step 2: Define your high level purpose, goals and personas

Essentials is where we define our product strategy. let’s add a short summary section to get everyone on the same page. let’s also define a few initial goals for our product and our main personas:

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